Thursday, December 20, 2012

A Zambia Picturelog

Chris has been working in Zambia evaluating Midwifery education there for the past few weeks. Here’s some work photos:

Chilengwe falls- beautiful Chilengwe falls- beautiful!

Kaputa- beautiful downtown Kaputa

Kaputa- beautiful downtown Kaputa

Kaputa hotel bathroom

Kaputa hotel bathroom!

Kaputa hotel- sign at entrance to our hotel

Kaputa hotel- sign at entrance to our hotel (my favorite, editors note)

Kasama training- community family planning counselors-  they start them young

Kasama training- community family planning counselors- they start them young

on the road to Kaputa- Slide out in the lovely red clay mud

On the road to Kaputa- Slide out in the lovely red clay mud

on the road to Kaputa- the bridge is washed out- we crossed it going, but coming back was another story

on the road to Kaputa- the bridge is washed out- we crossed it going, but coming back was another story (looks like a tough way to get to work)

on the road to Kaputa- the turn off to the Congo border- about 2kms away On the road to Kaputa- the turn off to the Congo border- about 2kms away

Project logo on box of family planning supplies- handpainted

Project logo on box of family planning supplies- handpainted

Roadside stop to buy a delicacy- dried catapillars- yummy

Roadside stop to buy a delicacy- dried caterpillars- yummy!!

Stop for some sightseeing- bridge to Chilengwe falls

Stop for some sightseeing- bridge to Chilengwe falls

the road to Kaputa- 240 kms of this

The road to Kaputa- 240 kms of this

Trying to leave Kaputa- can they move the minibus- No- so we take the long route home

Trying to leave Kaputa- can they move the minibus? No- so we take the long route home

Trying to leave Kaputa- the washed out bridge blocked by a stuck minibus full of passengers

Trying to leave Kaputa- the washed out bridge blocked by a stuck minibus full of passengers

 

Chris should be back in the St Augustine on Saturday with a little luck.

Paul

2 comments:

  1. Now I remember why I've never been to Namibia :)

    Liz

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  2. Or Zambia either:)

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